President Joe Biden’s Democratic administration is facing criticism for banning children from entering Easter eggs with religious artwork into a contest. The event, known as “Celebrating National Guard Families” as part of the White House’s annual Easter Egg Roll, will not permit submissions with symbols associated with the Christian holiday celebrated globally, as reported by the Daily Caller on Friday.

The 2024 “Call for Youth Art” flyer said:

“On behalf of First Lady Jill Biden, The Adjutants General of the National Guard are asking youth from National Guard families across the United States and all U.S. territories to submit artwork inspired by the theme “Celebrating our Military Families”. Children should depict on an egg template (see Art Submission form) a snapshot of their life – a favorite activity, scenery in your state, your military family, a day-in-your life, etc.”

The flyer also announced its restrictions list: “The Submission must not include any questionable content, religious symbols, overtly religious themes, or partisan political statements.”

Needless to say, people were NOT happy: